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Love blizzard Bressie shares rare snap with beloved girlfriend Louize Carroll

The couple attended his sister's together where their band The Blizzards played at the reception

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Bressie and Louize in 2018

Bressie and Louize in 2018

Bressie and Louize in 2018

Bressie has shared a rare snap with his beloved girlfriend Louize Carroll.

Taking to Instagram, the Blizzards singer posted a picture of the pair posing at his younger sister’s wedding.

The picture showed Bressie, real name Niall Breslin, posing in a kilt while his gorgeous girlfriend wore a long black dress.

“Amazing wedding in @mountdruidweddings for my ‘lil sister @lilbres @podgeodonnell,” he said.

Carroll, who is also a bassist in the Blizzards, joined her beau on stage as they played at the wedding.

“Was delighted to be the wedding band for the night. Had to learn some amount of tunes. Respect to wedding bands,” he added.

Louize, who is a consultant psychologist is also the founder of PRISM, an online therapy platform

Meanwhile, Bressie is a director of A Lust For Life, a mental wellbeing charity.

He has previously said that Louize is “easily the most incredible mind I've ever spoken to".

Although the Mullingar man joked that "it's a risky move" to be dating his fellow band member, he also told how Louize, who also does some podcasting with him, has taught him “more than anyone”.

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"[She's] easily the most incredible mind I've ever spoken to around psychology and how she looks at it,” he said.

“She's taught me more than anyone has taught me in terms of psychology and relationship stuff."

Louize is one of the founding members of Jigsaw, a charity that supports mental health in young people, which is how they met.

"She has that wild streak in her,” Bressie said about her recently.

“That wildness… I love that almost explosive wildness some people have. It’s like: ‘What are you doing?! Who cares!”

“We’ve known each other a long time.” he continued.

“I’ve never met anyone who cares so much to help people understand their trauma. It’s so important to have someone who gets the work you do, the space for that. That it’s ok if we don’t want to talk, or we’re flat.”

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